In recent weeks, we have seen a slight decline in home prices throughout parts of the GTA as buyers are feeling less urgency while also worrying about rising interest rates. Houses that two months ago might have been getting 10 offers are
With higher borrowing costs and buyers moving to the sidelines to reposition themselves in a higher rate environment, the GTA housing market continues its adjustment with transaction numbers down.
With Mother's Day weekend just around the corner, take a look at this great list of ideas we're prepared of things to do in Markham. Mom is sure to enjoy!
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The "sanity" is a market that is coming back to reality where we see signs of "market relief" with more listings coming to market and fewer multiple-offer scenarios. There's still really strong demand but the calm people have been hoping for has arrived
When you conduct a home inspection, you want to know if there are any major problems and what's involved in fixing them. A good home inspector will identify any issues, give you an introduction to your future house and offer suggestions on how to maintain
For many buyers, the thought of even a small increase is mortgage rates is stressful. But there are so many more factors to consider than just the rate you see - many of which will affect your cost of borrowing as much as (if not more than) rate
Here's a list of some amazing and fun Easter activities in Markham and Unionville! Lots of variety for the whole family. The kids will have a blast!
Painting your walls can be a great way of adding a new pop of colour to your home and transforming your space. Let's take a look at this year's colours of the year, announced by 4 of the biggest names in paint.
Smells can be one of the most powerful senses when it comes to how prospective buyers feel about your home and this can play a significant role in determining how long they'll want to stick around and whether or not they'll want to make your home theirs.
Trends we're seeing in these first couple of months are predicted to continue playing out through the rest of the year, including strong consumer demand, low inventory and a highly competitive landscape for buyers.
If you're ready to remove the excess clutter from your life, here are 5 of our favourite decluttering tips to help you purge and organize your home for a clean start to the year.
It is remarkable that the pandemic has proven to be the major driver of one of the strongest real estate markets ever seen in Canada. Hot housing trends continue to be double-digit price gains, suburbs and a fully recovered (and sizzling) condo market
While people living in the GTA have seen double-digit home price growth in recent years, the market overall appears to be calming. But just when you thought the pandemic-fueled housing madness may have come to an end, experts predict more price increases
Winter weather is fast approaching! Use this handy checklist when swapping spring/summer clothes for warm fall/winter clothes. Plan to donate winter items NOW, since most organizations don't have storage space to hold out-of-season clothes.
Storing off season clothes is a great way to clear your closet and reduce clutter. Here's how to do a simple wardrobe switch with efficiency plus best practices for storing your summer clothes and shoes.
Significant Decrease in the Number of Listings Leave Lots of Buyers Still on the Hunt for Home Ownership
With a decrease of 34 per cent of new listings compared to the same time last year, purchasing a home may be tricky.
Buyers have less choice in their house hunt due to severe lack of inventory on the market. As a result of August's tights conditions, strong competition and bidding wars are back, strongly favouring sellers.